My goal in my career is to inspire people, is to get my music out there and have people enjoy it, and have people think of me as an inspirational artist.
I feel like music itself is inspirational enough. Especially with the Internet. Not to sound like a shut-in.
A lot of straight and transgender boys get in touch with me through my website and social media. They tell me I’m inspirational and beautiful. It boosts my self-esteem.
The way my father worked altruistically and the manner in which he used to go behind bars and come back home smilingly was inspirational.
No one has ever asked me to give a graduation speech. But in my years of working with aspiring entrepreneurs, many of them in college, I’ve gotten used to giving advice.
Madam Walker was a master marketer. But her brilliance was in taking it to another level by training women, by traveling, by making very motivational speeches and by providing independent income for women who otherwise would have to be maids and sharecroppers.
I did an A Level in Theatre Studies and had a really inspirational teacher, and then I just went on to university.
I had hoped when my life was chronicled, it would be an inspirational story.
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Hopefully, when people see ‘Senna’, they will understand why this inspirational story needed to be told, why it had to be made as a movie for the big screen, and why it is a film for everyone.